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Metatarsalgia Metatarsalgia is the name for pain in the ball of the foot. It affects the metatarsals, the long bones in the midsection of your foot connecting to the toes. The feet can be a common source of pain because they support your weight throughout the day as you’re standing, walking and running. Metatarsalgia can have a […]

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  27th/28th Marathon Weekend This weekend brings one of the busiest weekends in the marathon calendar, with Liverpool, Manchester and Edinburgh all hosting multiple races over the weekend. We have been working hard with many of clients here at G4 to get everyone in the best condition for their races, this has been a combination […]

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Athlete’s Foot – medically known as Tinea Pedis –  is a skin condition affecting the feet caused by a fungal infection. It usually occurs between the toes but in some cases it can spread to the whole underside of the foot, sometimes resulting in cracked skin or blisters. Tinea Pedis is spread by coming into […]

Podiatrist: Tom BSc (Hons) Podiatry. HCPC Registered. Tom comes from a background of high risk wound care in the NHS, specialising in diabetic feet and general podiatry. As a long distance runner Tom was initially introduced to podiatry as a patient and draws on his knowledge of the sport to tailor his treatments to each […]

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Sports Rehabilitator:  Sam BSc (Hons), BASRaT registered Clinic Administrator (Website Currently Being Updated)

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Physiotherapist Josie BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC registered Chartered Physiotherapist  Registered with HCPC Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Qualified Acupuncturist Pilates Instructor (Website Currently Being Updated)

MAGNESIUM WHY HAS MY THERAPIST RECOMMENDED MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION? Magnesium is not often heard of as an important nutrient for health over others such as Iron, Calcium and Vitamin D. It is however used in more than 300 enzymes responsible for processes such as ATP energy production, blood glucose regulation, heart muscle activation, efficient bowel function […]

The Virgin Money London Marathon 2017 The ‘Virgin London Marathon is now just 2 days away, Sunday 23nd April 2017. The capital will host its 37th London marathon this year and will see over 50,000 runners take on the 26.2 mile course. It’s been brilliant to see how many of our clients have been committed […]

Nutrition for Acute Injury Recovery During an acute injury your body not only needs rest, ice, compression, elevation (RICE) but may also benefit from nutrients specific to tissue healing and inflammation. These can reduce the healing process that occurs following injury, also ensuring the damaged tissue repairs in the best way possible. Soft tissue injuries […]

Greater Manchester Marathon 2017 The ‘Greater Manchester Marathon’ is now less than a week away – in just 4 days time, Sunday 2nd April 2017, Trafford will see up to 15,000 runners take part in the ‘flattest, fastest and friendliest UK Marathon’. It has been great to see so many of our clients training hard […]

  Victoria works for G4 as an APPI pilates teacher and a soft tissue therapist. She is currently undertaking her Physiotherapy degree, having happily changed direction after a long career in law. Her interests outside of work and Physiotherapy are ballet classes with the Northern Ballet, triathlon training and competing with ManTri, as well as […]

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Advanced Diploma Nutrition Advanced Diploma Naturopathy Advanced Diploma Herbal Medicine Certificate IV Remedial Massage Therapies Certificate III Fitness Allie has worked in the health and wellness industry since 2001.  Her holistic approach stems from training in Musculoskeletal Therapy, Fitness, Nutrition and Western Herbal Medicine bringing together a different approach to health, training and rehabilitation. Her […]

Eamon (Physiotherapist)

Physiotherapist: Eamon BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC registered   Originally From Galway, Ireland, Eamon moved to Manchester to study Physiotherapy. He graduated with first class honours degree in 2015. Coming from a sporting background Eamon has experienced physiotherapy both as a patient and a clinician. Following surgery to reconstruct the MCL and ACL knee ligaments he engaged in extensive rehabilitation which […]

Sports Rehabilitator:  Charlotte BSc (Hons), BASRaT registered   Charlotte graduated as a Sports Rehabilitator from the University of Cumbria, since leaving university she has been involved across a number of different sporting environments, including, rugby, football, cricket, ice hockey and marathon running, she has been at the G4 clinic since October 2015. She has gained […]

Dimitra (Physiotherapist)

Physiotherapist Dimitra Modiati BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC registered   Chartered Physiotherapist  Registered with HCPC Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy    I graduated from the University of Aigio after completing 4 years of a BSc Physiotherapy degree in 2012 . Since Graduating i have worked in the Public and private sector including work with professional […]

Up and Coming Marathons 2017 For most people April couldn’t feel further away, but for everyone preparing and training for one of the big April Marathons, you may be frantically counting off the weeks of your training programme. Although it may feel like it is fast approaching, there’s still plenty of time to make a […]

Common Strengthening Exercises

The classic move popularised by the Turkish Olympic lifters builds strength, stability and co-ordination 1.Lie flat on the floor with one hand by your side and the other directly above you holding a kettlebell. 2.Keeping the kettlebell elevated, swing one leg over the opposite leg and rise up on to the elbow of your supporting […]

Common Strengthening Exercises

This classic kettlebell move works every muscle in your body to build explosive power and a strong core 1. Start the move as with the kettlebell swing. Swing the kettlebell upwards with a pop from your hips. 2.As the kettlebell moves upwards, bend your elbow and let the handle slide from your fingers down into […]

Common Strengthening Exercises

The classic kettlebell move requires perfect form to hit the major muscle groups and to get your heart rate high 1.Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and hold a kettlebell in both hand. 2. Keeping you back straight and your knees in line with your feet, bend at the knees and move the kettlebell between […]

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